Everyone uses email which is why emails from identity thieves posing as your email provider are a constant threat. Below are copies of emails that I recently received from identity thieves. DO NOT CLICK ON ANY OF THE LINKS. These phony emails follow a familiar pattern. They indicate that there is an emergency that requires my immediate action. The emergency may relate to an unpaid bill, a security problem or an administrative problem. The identity thief counts on the victim to react emotionally and immediately click on the links provided. If you do click on the links one of two things can occur and both of them are bad. The first is that you are asked for information such as your email address, credit card number or other personal information that is then used to make you a victim of identity theft. This is called “phishing” when you are lured to a phony website that gathers information from you. The second thing that can happen is even more insidious. By clicking on the link, you may unwittingly download a keystroke logging malware program that will steal all of the information from your computer including your Social Security number, password, credit card numbers and banking information. The identity thief will then use this information to make you a victim of identity theft.
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